When it comes to Indian tradition shawls, have a big part to play in the Indian daily life of men and women. Also, in India, the shawl is considered as a cloth or piece of material of honor. We put a shawl on the shoulders to that person who done any good thing and made an effort to make people’s life easy.
Types of Shawl
- Saada Rang
- Rang Biranga
- Kaaj Dar
India is a country of handy craft, and Indian people are some of the most excellent hand workers in the world. Handcrafters also craft their art on the shawls, and it adds an extra layer of beauty to the shawl. We can find many different types of shawls in different parts of India.
Here are some different types of shawls that can be founded in India.
As the name suggests, it is made of khadi-cotton and it looks extra good with handwork in it. It gives both ethnic and western look.
In this type, there are mostly bright colors used. It gives colorful hues and attracts because of its bright color.
It looks king of multi-colors stripes on the shawl. And the good thing is these multi-colored stripes are not colored. To make it multi-colored, workers use different colored threads.
In this type of shawl, natural color is used but the uniqueness in these shawls is you can find embroidery on the border of the shawl and it helps to bring out the base color of the shawl.
There are also many types of shawls like Pashmina shawls, Naga shawls, kalamkari shawls, Kullu shawls, Dhabla shawls, Rabari shawls, etc. India has good shawl makers and India also uses this advantage and export woolen shawls all over the world. People using it in their daily life. It is the right thing that we are keeping our traditions in this modern world.